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    Default M416 Rear Light Assembly/Mounting Bracket

    In need of a light assembly to include the mount that attaches the light to the left rear of trailer.

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    What does that bracket look like? Asking because I might have one attached to a light. Maybe.
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    240ED723-DA25-4027-90EB-E1A182102B68.jpgItem #23 in this illustration.
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    Maybe. Is right and left the same?
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    I’m not in town go look at the trailer, I think the mount can just be flipped over and used on either side.
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    DSCF6595.jpgThis is on a trailer frame I have outside. I have some lights that have brackets. I think this was an M101 trailer.
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    I’m not sure if that would work or not. Thank you sir for the effort, thinking it may be easier to just fabricate the part.

    If you happen to have an M1009 seat bottom tucked away in that loft, I could use that.
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    If you happen to have an M1009 seat bottom tucked away in that loft, I could use that.

    What side on the seat bottom? Must the fabric/vinyl be good? I still have a few taillamps I removed from M416 trailers. I want to look if they have a bracket.
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    There are two types of light bracket for the M416, one for the small tail lights, another for the big ones. The one for the larger lights, obviously has a longer outer arm to clear the trailer and lift the light up a bit more.

    My trailer has the larger lights, but the short brackets, with spacers between the base and the trailer. Looks a bit odd to me. If I ever find a set of the longer arms (I tried a few years ago, with no luck), I'll give the shorter ones to someone who needs them.

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    Do the M101 brackets look like something you need? They had the bigger lamps.
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